Special Language Program (SLP)


Pictured above (left to right): Jara Dusatko (Czech), Eva Szoke (Hungarian), Bisera Rakicevic-More (Serbo-Croatian),
Eva Prionas (SLP Coordinator, Greek), Anubha Anushree (Hindi), Janeth Seno (Tagalog)

The Special Language Program allows Stanford students the opportunity to study some of the less commonly taught languages. Some students enroll in a special language because of their interest in a geographic area and its people, or in order to acquire valuable skills for field work and study abroad during their academic career. Others choose to study a special language in order to fulfill the language requirement or to obtain a minor in modern languages. Many of the students who take a special language are connected to it through heritage and they find a unique opportunity to enhance their knowledge.

To find out details and a complete list of offerings please visit the Special Language Program web site.

Contact:
Eva Prionas
Lecturer in Greek Language & Literature, SLP Coordinator
Building 240, Room 209
Stanford, California 94305-2006
Work Phone: (650) 725-1555
Fax: (650) 725-9377